My idea is for an additional filter criterion that would allow users to filter by number of Wall Street Analysts who have rated a stock. The filter could likewise be implemented for SA Authors, though this is not within the scope of my personal use case. As for if it would best be implemented as a standalone advanced filter, or an additional sub filter criterion or component of the existing filter is better determined by the dev team.
I'll keep my reasoning is fairly simple since it can be easily extrapolated to other scenarios. The issue is primarily present in ratings that are perfectly round numbers and is most easily visible with a perfect rating of 5.00 "Strong Buy". In short, not all 5.00 Strong Buys are equal in my opinion. A stock that has been reviewed and rated by multiple Wall St Analysts and maintains a perfect 5.00 Wall St rating is much more significant than a stock rated to be 5.00 by only a single Wall St Analyst. Presently, in order for a user to determine the number of analysts who have reviewed a stock, they must drill into a third 3 page for each stock listed on the screeners results.
If you would like me to provide further detail or explanation, please let me know.
Can you add a function to search across all earnings calls transcripts for certain keywords?
For example; search for the word "metaverse" on calls between Jan/01/22 to Feb/28/22.
Since you already have all the earnings calls in your database, I can't see this being difficult to action.
I love the ability to screen stocks but find one thing frustrating and that is the lack of one data item in the table, and that is the sector and industry. While this is available as a filtering option, it does not show on the csv file once downloaded. Adding the ability to add additional fields to the extract will be very useful.
It would be great to be able to exclude companies that trade OTC/pink sheets/gray market.
Like the header says, when screening stocks another way to filter the screen is by setting a filter for stocks that have options or not.
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